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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - TAIL

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Astrology, 56:The symbol for Leo, which is simply the Lion's tail. The arrow in the symbol depicting Sagittarius.Astrology, 317:the symbol of Pisces was a woman with the tail of a fish, and of this symbol the legendary mermaidAstrology, 317:the Crab, the Scorpion with the sting in its tail and the Fish. The slow moving Crab, identifiedAutobiography, 137:completely bewildered. I couldn't make head or tail of it. It is a difficult book for beginners forBethlehem, 112:of the imagination, the devil with horns and tail, is a reminder of that which is not God, thatFire, 236:of Wisdom, the occult serpent swallowing its tail). 95 This has been pointed out by H. P. B. WeFire, 237:see S. D., I, 70, 132. 95 Serpent swallowing its tail. - S. D., I, 704; II, 531. 96 Students mightFire, 1035:Rod, or Serpent, standing on the tip of its tail, all the three serpents are interwoven in a spiralFire, 1086:a fourth." A system in which the Bird has "four tail feathers" [1087] and hence can occultly "mountFire, 1264:sphere is formed by a [1264] serpent biting its tail, and the entire body of the serpent is closelyHercules, 21:upon itself. The serpent no longer swallows its tail, thus completing its cycle, but writhes andHercules, 91:and the stern of one of them ends in a fish's tail. Note, therefore, how we have here heldHercules, 107:bird Hamsa's right wing, U its left, and M its tail..." (The Chakras by C. W. Leadbeater) In theHercules, 141:angry heads breathing flame, emerged. Its scaly tail lashed furiously the water and the mud,Hercules, 177:out all over his body and with snakes for a tail, was the guardian of Hades. The three headsHercules, 178:said: "Hell is paved with good intentions". The tail made of serpents typifies all illusions thatMagic, 223:puts it: "Let the disciple seize hold of the tail of the serpent of wisdom, and having withMagic, 223:jewel, set in the forehead of the serpent whose tail he holds, and by its radiance traverse the
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